Dr. Amy Holliday is the clinic director of Upper Cervical Health & Restoration in Seneca, South Carolina. She owns and manages the center along with her husband, Dr. R.T. (Doc). After completing her Bachelor’s degree in Social Psychology at St. Cloud State University-Minnesota, Dr. Holliday finished her doctorate program in chiropractic education at Life University- Atlanta. She has the license to practice in the state of South Carolina. In partnership with prominent upper cervical doctors worldwide, Dr. Holliday is taking the lead in developing a curriculum that will equip upper cervical chiropractic students with the essential knowledge, skills, and tools necessary to succeed upon graduation. She is dedicated to using the latest technology to provide the best upper cervical chiropractic care to her patients.

Technique/s: Upper Cervical Chiropractic

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Morning Vertigo Attacks: Should You Worry?

After a good night's sleep, it's normal to expect a good day ahead. But what if you are caught off guard and wake up with hang-over-like dizziness? All your activities planned for the day may not happen while you figure out what and why it's happening. Or, if you're familiar with the symptoms, you're probably wondering what the best approach is for vertigo relief. For people suffering from vertigo, the morning can be the worst time of day. If you're someone who experiences regular vertigo attacks, you know how disorienting they can make you. Remember that vertigo is not an [...]

Exercises and Maneuvers That Can Help Relieve Vertigo

Vertigo can lead to balance problems and accidents for many people who have this condition. If you feel you're about to fall over every time you stand up, or if walking makes your head spin in circles, you must see your doctor immediately. This way, you can unriddle what's going on inside your head and find suitable vertigo remedies such as maneuvers and exercises.   Vertigo Remedies That Work Wonders Several studies attest to the potential of some exercises and maneuvers in preventing vertigo episodes. Have you tried tapping into these vertigo remedies yet? If not, here's a quick overview [...]

Managing Fibromyalgia in Teens: Easy-to-follow Tips

It’s uncommon to hear about fibromyalgia in teens. That’s because fibromyalgia commonly afflicts older people. To date, only 1 to 7 percent of kids and teens have fibromyalgia or other similar health problems. If your child is part of that statistics, it might help to learn a few things about fibromyalgia. You can start with understanding its symptoms and triggers. Additionally, you might want to look into the remedies that can help curb its effect on your child.  We rounded up easy-to-follow tips below to help you plan your child’s fibromyalgia care approach. These can help your child overcome the [...]

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Is Fibromyalgia an Autoimmune Disorder?

Fibromyalgia and autoimmune diseases are two of the most debilitating health problems in the USA. They cause pain, mental health disorders, fatigue, widespread pain and inflammation, as well as a digestive system malfunction. Due to the striking resemblance of the two, some people seeking the help of physicians, neurologists, and fibromyalgia chiropractic doctors think that fibromyalgia is an autoimmune disorder. But are they indeed connected, or is fibromyalgia an entirely different health problem after all?   Fibromyalgia – Is It an Autoimmune Disorder? Many people confuse fibromyalgia with various autoimmune diseases like rheumatoid arthritis and lupus. This may be because [...]

What Should I Eat for Dizziness?

Dizziness is among the top symptoms that patients report when visiting a doctor. That’s because a long list of diseases or disorders can cause it. Unfortunately, dizziness can be quite a distraction, especially when you’re having a hectic day. It can also leave you incapacitated for hours, depending on the length and severity of your dizzying spells. Thankfully, you have plenty of options to curb your symptoms. For starters, you can pay close attention to your diet. Learn how to stop dizziness naturally by eating the right food below.    A Quick Intro to Dizziness Indeed, dizziness can stem from [...]

This Natural Solution Can Help With Fibromyalgia

People diagnosed with fibromyalgia often feel helpless when finding ways to cope with the pain. Understandably so as this condition's main characteristic is extensive and overpowering pain. Can you try and imagine what it is like for fibromyalgia in teens? Hopefully, this article helps you understand this ailment and determine if chiropractic care will work as a natural pain relief option.   Fibromyalgia's Tender Points Aside from its vital characteristic of widespread pain, fibromyalgia is also a difficult condition to diagnose. After excluding other medical conditions, medical experts complete a pressure-point assessment to help them develop a diagnosis. As shared by the American [...]

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Can Swimming Cause Vertigo? The Answer Will Surprise You

Do you love swimming but worry you may feel “sick” afterward? Swimming is a fun activity until you get dizzy and feel a false spinning sensation. Dizziness and vertigo often hit swimmers when they use specific swimming strokes or right after being in the pool. Fortunately, they are typically mild and brief, and not a cause for concern. If water gets in your ear, you may likely experience dizziness and vertigo while swimming. Believe it or not, this is a common occurrence in people, which is why doctors have coined the term “swimmer’s ear” to pertain to any inflammation, infection, [...]

By |November 17th, 2019|Categories: Vertigo / Dizziness / Menieres|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Can Swimming Cause Vertigo? The Answer Will Surprise You
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